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j Lt-Gov. O'Neill ousted from two he
i doesn't need.
London. Reginald Lee, lookout
j on the Titanic, died at Southampton.
I London. "Cissy" Loftus says New
York audiences are "cold, hypercriti
cal and hard-hearted."
Cumberlain, Md. Henry Atkinson
eloped in auto with Lillian Blethen.
Auto broke down. Swam Green
river with Lillian on his back.
Philadelphia. New disease at Chil
dren's Homeopathic Hospital. Two
18-months'-old babies began to turn
New York. Surrogate Qohajan
- rules that 7 or 8 highballs a night
won't incapacitate a New Yorker.
New York. Docs at St. John's
Hospital removing plaster cast from
daughter of Mrs. Anna Deering.
Mother rushed in and grabbed child
from operating table.
Nashville, Tenn. Tom and "Uncle
Joe" Henry, brother farmers, raced
to see which would have larger fam
ily. Joe has 27 children, Tom only
New- York. Just before being re
tired on pension, Joe Swede and An
nie, team of horses on an old horse
car, ran away. Driver accused them
Paris. Italian inventor interested
French government in discovery by
which he claims he can explode gun
powder 15 miles away by projecting
ultra violet or infra-red rays what
ever they are.
Flat Riyer, Mo. Lead miners'
union offered smelting and refining
company compromise. Gave week for
reply. Lead miners, 4,000, demand
50 cents a day increase and recogni
tion of union. Owners refuse. Strike
voted but held up.
New York. Dr. Oliver L. Jones,
millionaire, real estate owner, shot
through head in bathroom of home,
116 W. 72d st. Family say accidental.
Father of Rosalie Jones, suffrage
hiker. Jones been in ill health two
Washington Chairman Alexan
der, house merchant marine commit
tee, says passage of seaman's bill
will restore American merchant ma
rine to power on sea. Says if foreign
seamen can't be imprisoned for de
sertion in our ports, employers will
have to grant wages and conditions
as good as on American ships.
Washington. Uncle Sam will lend
banks West and South $150,000,000
if necessary to move crops, says Sec'y
of Treasury to bankers.
MARSHA WARRINGTON NOT ON
STAND CROWD DISAPPOINTED
San Francisco, Aug. 9. The
crowds that fought toget into Judge
Van Fleet's courtroom yesterday to
hear Marsha Warrington testify as to
her relations with MauryDiggs were
disappointed. The girl was not called
to the stand, and will not be until
The government continued to build
up its case in regard to the trip to
Reno and the residence there, first at
the Riverside Hotel, and later in a
A Pullman conductor "thought"
he recognized Diggs as the man to
whom he had sold tickets for four
from San Francisco to Reno on the
morning of the tenth, and to whom
he sold a sleeping car stateroom.
F. A. Lindner, assistant clerk at
Riverside Hotel, said he saw both
Diggs and Caminetti register under
the names of Enright and Ross at his
house with two young women.
A grocer's delivery man carried
goods ordered by Diggs to the bun
galow Attorney Devlin, for the defense,
did not attack any of the evidence
as to the trip to Reno and the stay
there, but his questions indicated
that he will seek to prove that the
two girls were not in any way forced
to take the trip, but instead took it
Theodore Kytha, handwriting ex
pert, was called to identify letters
written anonymously and in an ob
viously:, disguised hand to Marsha
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